City Planner Organization: City of Waterbury, CT
Waterbury, Connecticut, is a city that's going places. With a highly skilled workforce, a robust infrastructure, and manufacturing companies that have re-invented themselves to adapt to the new economy. Waterbury neighborhoods are thriving with new schools. Businesses are being motivated to come to town. But the real gift to the region is the cultural flavor that remains in the neighborhoods established by early immigrants, which gives Waterbury its diverse personality, rich traditions, and highly engaged people.
Town Manager Organization: Town of Bloomfield, CT
Bloomfield has become an important focus of commercial development in the Boston-New York corridor, providing business, goods, and services to north central Connecticut and beyond. Yet, Bloomfield maintains the rural beauty and charm of a New England town. Bloomfield has improved schools to promote a family friendly community along with modern apartments and efforts to improve the center of town for community activities. Located north of the capital City of Hartford with great access to interstate highways, it is less than 15 minutes away from Bradley International Airport.
City Administrator Organization: City of Georgetown, South Carolina
Georgetown was founded in 1729 and is South Carolina’s third oldest city. It is located on Winyah Bay approximately eight miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean and at the confluence of the Sampit, Black, Pee Dee, and Waccamaw Rivers. Nestled conveniently between Charleston and Myrtle Beach, Georgetown offers something for everyone including shopping, dining, nightlife, magnificent historic local architecture, water sports, recreation or simply exploring this beautiful town.
City Manager Organization: City of Corpus Christi, Texas
As a Gulf Coast community with a growing population of 325,733 residents, Corpus Christi covers 460+ square miles and is rated 36 among the top 150 best managed cities in Texas.
Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent Organization: Town of New Milford, Connecticut
New Milford - All the benefits of a vintage New England lifestyle that few Connecticut towns can still offer. As the largest town in the state, (64 square miles), New Milford offers a broad range of housing options, recreational activities and business locations while retaining working farms and plentiful open space. Close to commercial centers such as Danbury, Stamford, Hartford, White Plains and New York City. New Milford has successfully retained the small-town charm that’s missing from most modern suburbs.
Director of Human Resources Organization: City of Stamford, CT
The City of Stamford has been innovating since 1641 and has become one of the most exciting growing communities promoting new businesses. Stamford is Connecticut’s third largest city, with a population of over 129,000, and is expected to become the second largest city in the state by 2019.
City Manager Organization: City of Holbrook, Arizona
Holbrook, Arizona is a diverse community of 5,000 located in northeastern Arizona. Holbrook serves as the retail and trade center for the region and is the county seat for Navajo County. It is the gateway to the Petrified Forest National Park and near the Painted Desert and the Navajo and Hopi Indian Reservations. Tourism is a major economic factor for the community.
City Manager Organization: City of Dothan, Alabama
The City of Dothan is located in the Southeastern part of the State of Alabama approximately 20 miles west of the State of Georgia and 18 miles north of the State of Florida. The City is a rapidly growing and thriving community built around the landmarks of its past. Although it is the center for recreation, business, industry, agriculture, healthcare and retail trade in the area, Dothan offers the charm and friendliness of the Deep South. Proclaimed “Peanut Capital of the World,” Dothan has become a melting pot due to its friendly atmosphere and southern hospitality.
Chief of Police Organization: City of Bridgeport, Connecticut
The City of Bridgeport encompasses 16 square miles with an estimated population of 147,000. Located on the northern shore of the Long Island Sound, approximately 60 miles northeast of New York City and 60 miles southwest of Hartford, the City is the crossroads of one of the best land, sea, rail and air transportation systems in the State.
Treasure/CFO Organization: City of Stockbridge, GA
The City of Stockbridge, GA is seeking a full-time Treasurer/CFO. Stockbridge is a diverse city of approximately 28,202 residents located 15 minutes south of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Stockbridge is a full service city which employs approximately 70 full-time employees and has a combined operating and capital budget of $22 million.
Deputy Director of Business Operations - Utility Department Organization: City of Fort Smith, Arkansas
Fort Smith is located in western Arkansas on the border of Oklahoma and is the second largest city in the State. The City was incorporated in 1842 and is the County seat for Sebastian County. The City provides a wide array of exceptional quality of life amenities including: world class museums, libraries, performing arts venues, historic landmarks and annual events (many of which attract visitors from around the United States).
Director of Human Resources Organization: City of Des Plaines, Illinois
The City of Des Plaines, 58,710 pop., covering 15.85 sq. miles, seeks candidates for the position of Director of Community and Economic Development. Des Plaines is a vibrant community of residential, commercial, and industrial uses, located 17 miles from the Chicago Loop and five minutes from O’Hare International Airport.
Executive Director Organization: Seize The Future Development Foundation
Seize the Future Development Foundation (STFDF) is a 501(c)3 economic development corporation responsible to maintain economic vitality and quality of life in Aurora.